In the fall 2021 semester, Penn State graduate students explored real-world land use and planning challenges in revisioning Toronto’s waterfront through a 14-week geodesign collaborative studio.
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Kelleann Foster, a long-time professor of landscape architecture in the Stuckeman School and the director of the online Geodesign graduate program, retired from Penn State on Dec. 31, 2021.
Many wonder if Geodesign is a good fit for their career aspirations. The 8-week, entirely online GEODZ 511 class is a great way to really check “under the hood!”
Curious if learning online is for you? Geodesign students and recent alumni talk about how the program is benefiting them professionally, and provided thoughtful, direct responses to questions.
The online graduate program in geodesign has welcomed Janet Silbernagel Balster as a part-time faculty member starting fall 2021.
Devin Lavigne, a nationally recognized urban planning professional with over 20 years of experience has joined Penn State’s faculty.
Working professionals in wide ranging fields have found the skills they gained in their first Geodesign course immediately applicable.
Recently Kelleann Foster gave a talk for NorCA ASLA “Lunch with Leaders” series, the video of her talk is now available!
Master's student Jose Francisco Rivas Valencia elaborates on his capstone project on what should happen to an old military base that is being moved to a new location?